When the legend first came out and during it's first 7 years, the owner and driver were definitely not young either. Both Legend and RL were designed for upper middle aged business men, it was never intended to target the younger segement of the market.LiasLegend said:I dunno know... I'm glad that the name LEGEND no longer appears in the states.
I think Acura lost touch with their market segment, at least in the RL's case. The RL has been around for 7 years now and I still see more G1 Legends driving around then I see RL's... at least in CT anyway. I see a lot of G2's as well.
I'm trying not to be sterotypical but on the rare occasion that I see an RL, the driver is certainly not young by any stretch of the imagination. Perhaps that was Acura's goal but I won't buy an RL until they pick up where they left of with the Legend.